5 Ways to Keep Pets Safe All Summer Long
Apr30

5 Ways to Keep Pets Safe All Summer Long

Summer isn’t over yet, and whether you’re headed out to the lake or hosting a pool party at home, it’s likely your furry friend will be right by your side. Pets need your help to stay safe during summer. For a focus on more fun and fewer visits to the veterinarian, try these simple tips: 1. Protect Those Paws Ever touched pavement on a hot summer day and burned your fingertips? Or rushed to put your sandals on at the beach because the...

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Animal Poison Prevention:  5 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe
Apr20

Animal Poison Prevention: 5 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe

Many pets come into contact with household poisons in their owners’ kitchens, bathrooms and garages , and their owners aren’t aware of the dangers. In this video, Dr. Lee Woods of Boulder’s Broadway Animal Hospital discusses common poisons, five tips to keep your pet safe, and where you can get a room-by-room poison inspection list to safety-proof your...

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Driving Safely with Pets
Apr15

Driving Safely with Pets

Pet safety experts Melanie Monteiro and Dr. Jessica Vogelsang, DVM view pet crash tests and discuss safe car travel with pets. Brought to you by Sleepypod.

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Halloween safety for your pets
Sep26

Halloween safety for your pets

Everyone is looking forward to trick or treating with their kids, however, for some of us, our kids are our pets!

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Class Pet Animal Safety: Things to Consider
Sep08

Class Pet Animal Safety: Things to Consider

Class pet safety considerations for K-12 science educators. All individual images and video clips are covered by Creative Commons licenses and is not for non-commercial purposes.

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Summer Safety for Pets and Other Animals
Jul07

Summer Safety for Pets and Other Animals

Tips for Safety of Pets and Other Animals in Summer

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Restraining your Pet
Jul05

Restraining your Pet

Animals should be strapped into the backseat with a simple pet restraint. That will keep your pets from flying through the air if you stop short, as well as keep them from distracting you while you drive. Some reports say that nearly one percent of auto accidents are caused by animal distractions. And almost 15 percent of drivers report that animals have nearly caused them to crash. Presented by SafetyTV Library....

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Lethal H5N2 Bird Flu Found in Wisconsin Chickens
Apr19

Lethal H5N2 Bird Flu Found in Wisconsin Chickens

The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Monday confirmed the first case of a lethal strain of bird flu in a commercial chicken flock, widening the impact of a virus that has already killed hundreds of thousands of turkeys this year.The H5N2 flu strain infected a commercial flock of 200,000 chickens in Jefferson County, Wisconsin, between Madison and Milwaukee, according to the USDA. Since the beginning of the year, the flu, which can...

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